Morgan Funeral Chapel & Crematory

625 Gilbert Ferry Rd SE, Attalla, AL


Norman Lonzo Alexander

March 27, 1938March 24, 2020

Norman Lonzo Alexander, 81, of Steele, Alabama, passed away on March 24th, 2020 at his home on Chandler Mountain. He was a member of Chandler Mountain Baptist Church, and spent the majority of his time on Earth doing what he loved: growing tomatoes and peanuts. Mr. Alexander is preceded in death by his parents, Lecil and Mahali Alexander; brothers, Harlon and Revis; and sister, Kaye. He is survived by his wife of 63 years, Barbara Alexander; daughters, Diane Alexander, Karen Alexander, and Angie (Tim) Fuhrman; sons, Paul (Cindy) Alexander, and Glenn Alexander; grandchildren, Brandon (Courtney) Alexander, Mahalia Alexander, and Hannah Fuhrman; great grandson, Isaiah; and sisters, Marlene, Jennifer, Ruth, Lorene, and Betty Sue. A memorial service will be held at a later date, of which the family will announce to loved ones at that time. Arrangements under the direction of Morgan Funeral Chapel and Crematory. Pallbearers will be Josh Beasley, Johnny Beasley, Eric Burton, Chad Smith, Philip Smith, and Bryan Beard. Honorary pallbearers will be Todd Payne, Dana Smith, and John Lowe.


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Norman Lonzo Alexander

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Trisha Shockley

March 28, 2020

Aunts and cousins, I was so sad to hear this news. I know you are all heartbroken. The memory that stands out most to me about Uncle Norman is that quiet smile. Never remember him looking at me without smiling and I’m sure I was underfoot a lot when we were in the shed and he was trying to work! I have so many good memories of time spent with all of you on the mountain. Love and prayers to comfort your hurting heart.. blessings, Trisha Kay

Jane Simmons

March 26, 2020

I’m so sorry for your loss . We always loved going to buy peanuts from Norman. He will truly be missed by all who had the pleasure to know him . God bless each one you .

Teri & Don Harris

March 26, 2020

There is no better memory than spending summer days and nights on Chandler Mtn. No more fun than Uncle Norm taking us out in the fields on the tractors. My heart is so full of sadness and broken at this loss of such a wonderful man! Kind, gentle, loving soul. We will be together again some day when God calls me home. Until then it is only “see you later and I love you!”

Stephanie Sims

March 25, 2020

My heartfelt prayers go out to my cousins. Norman was a great man. He is with daddy and all that passed before him. I love you all.

Karen Hyatt

March 25, 2020

When I was a young kid around 10 or so and it was Halloween I got out of the car to go trick or treat and Norman jumped out from behind a bush and scared me so bad!Rest in peace! I will never forget you!!!